Medical Administration and Billing Training Program

The Medical Administration and Billing diploma program at Dorsey Schools will provide students with training that is needed for a career in this important, in-demand field. Students enrolled in this program will receive thorough training in computer technology, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, records and database management, medical billing and coding, and more.

Medical Administration and Billing Training Program

Training in this program includes:

  • Best practices in medical billing and practice management.
  • Industry-current electronic health records (EHR) software programs used in today’s physician’s practices, hospitals, and other medical facilities.
  • Medical coding systems using CPT, ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM, and HCFA terminology, as well as hospital and institutional medical billing and coding.
  • Coverage of medical terminology, anatomy, and physiology.
  • The principles of accounting and business communication.

The Medical Administration and Billing Diploma Program is offered at the following Dorsey Schools campus locations:

Medical Administration and Billing Career/ Job Outlook:

Medical Admin and Billing

Professionals with medical administration and billing training play an essential role in today’s healthcare industry. Typical job responsibilities may include drafting reports, scheduling appointments, managing databases, filing insurance claims, and more. Jobs in this field are most commonly found in hospitals, medical offices and/or any other health care-related facilities. Enroll in the Medical Administration and Billing program at Dorsey Schools today and get the career training you need to become a valued professional in the healthcare field.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What a Medical Biller Does
Becoming a Medical Biller
The Dorsey Schools Medical Administration and Billing Program
Additional Information

What a Medical Biller Does

What type of work does a Medical Biller do?
Where do Medical Billers work?
Will I be able to find a job?
Are there other career opportunities for Medical Billers?

Becoming a Medical Biller

How might I determine if this is a good career choice for me?
I have no medical background/experience in healthcare – can I really do this?
What type of training is needed?
How long do I have to go to school?
What are important characteristics for Medical Biller to have?
Is Certification/Licensure required to obtain employment as a Medical Biller?

The Dorsey Schools Medical Administration and Billing Program

What will be covered in the program?
Is your program hands-on?
What’s the externship and why is that important?
How long is the program?
Who are the instructors?
Why should I choose Dorsey over another school?
Which Dorsey campuses offer the Medical Administration and Billing program?
How do I enroll?
Does your program include certification?
Will your program prepare me for certification?
Is your school accredited?
What is the tuition for the program?
Is Financial Aid available?
Can you help me find a job after graduation?

Medical Administration and Billing Program – Gainful Employment Disclosures

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who have completed the program, and other important information, please click here.


Additional Information

For your reference, we’ve included the links below of several very helpful websites where you can learn more about Medical Billers, info pertaining to Jobs as a Medical Biller, the work Medical Billers do, etc.:

Michigan Occupational Wage Information: http://milmi.org/?PAGEID=67&SUBID=124

Dorsey Schools Gainful Employment Disclosures for the Medical Administration and Billing program: For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please click here.